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Rotary e-Club donates blood, computer labs

By Rotimi Agboluaje, Ibadan
09 August 2019   |   3:21 am
The Rotary e-Club of Greater Nigeria and Rotaract e-Club of Greater Nigeria, District 9125 in partnership with Rotary e-Club One, District 5450 USA, has organized a blood donation drive and sensitized members of the community on the need to keep donate blood to save lives. The event took place during the installation ceremony of the District Rotaract Representative in Ibadan, Oyo State.

One of the computer labs<br />

The Rotary e-Club of Greater Nigeria and Rotaract e-Club of Greater Nigeria, District 9125 in partnership with Rotary e-Club One, District 5450 USA, has organized a blood donation drive and sensitized members of the community on the need to keep donate blood to save lives. The event took place during the installation ceremony of the District Rotaract Representative in Ibadan, Oyo State.

Members of staff of the National Blood Transfusion Service (NBTS) were also present to conduct the exercise where over 40 pints of blood at the end of the day was donated, estimated to save about 150 lives. 

Meanwhile, as parts of effort to make STEM education more realistic for high school students around the world, Rotary eClub One, District 5450, USA, in collaboration with Rotary e-Club of Greater Nigeria, District 9125, donated two fully equipped computer laboratories to Holy Michael Middle School II and Akinorun High School, both in Ikirun, Osun State. Each lab is equipped with 25 workstations (computers) and two printers. 

The project was commissioned by Mr. E.O. Akindoyin on behalf of the Osun State government. He thanked the club for the laudable and life-changing project.